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Braille for a new digital age
by Nazanin Lankarani
The New York Times Translate This Article
3 September 2018
On 3 September 2018 The New York Times reported:
Blitab looks like any other tablet, save for the top half, which is perforated into a grid with holes. This allows its liquid-based technology to alter the surface, converting text, maps, and graphics into Braille. 'With this tool, the blind can surf the net, connect with friends, and download books, like everyone else,' said Kristina Tsvetanova, the co-founder of Blitab Technology.
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